Listening Lesson Plan
Could you do me a favor?
Kang, Yeong En Level:
Intermediate or above Students:
White board, board marker, board eraser
Worksheet A(12 copies):borrowers and lenders
Worksheet B(12 copies):check if you borrowed or not
empty paper for icebreaker
Script A(12 copies): snapshot for warm-up
Script B(12 copies): dialog and answer sheet
CD: Interchange 3- listening unit 3
To practice useful expressions.(informal and formal)
To let the Ss have a good sense of borrowing.
To practice listening and speaking through conversation and interviews.
To improve listening skills by listening to the dialogues and answering the questions.
To practice speaking with confidence by interacting with other Ss.
The Ss have been exposed to listening to some dialogues.
The Ss have experiences to borrow and lend.
The Ss already know the teacher’s overall teaching style.
The Ss already know how the class is set up and run.
Language Skills and Systems:
Reading: Script, worksheet
Listening: CD, Interview, group discussion (other Ss’ speaking)
Speaking: Interview, group discussion.
Writing: note taking( vocab. on icebreaker/ check answers & the write reasons)
Lexis: vocabularies used in some items
Function: borrowing and lending expressions
Structure: Requests with modals, if clauses, and gerunds
Interchange (third edition) 3- unit3
Anticipated Errors and Solutions:
Ss may not know formal expressions to borrow something.
Organize the expressions from informal to formal
(Can I borrow~? / Could you lend me~? / Is it Ok if ~? / Do you mind if ~? /
Would it be OK if~? /Would you mind if~? / I wonder if~? )
Ss may not be able to express with agree or not.
Let them know useful expressions
Agree: Sure, that’s fine. / You can use it. / I’d be glad to. /Yes, of course.
Not agree: I’m really...